When Sat Jul 20 2pm — 4pm
Where North Flex Area
1825 Monetary Ln #104 Carrollton, TX 75006
What You may have come to our demo - this is the class that will show you how to create your own resin fine art. Hands ON - Leave with a painting.
Host Jeff Thornton
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Registration

  • Cost: Free
  • Restrictions:
    • Attendees require approval from the event host

Cancellations for this event must be made before July 20, 2019 — 2:00pm.

Registration for the event is closed.

About this Event

In this class we will do a quick demo to show the process and techniques. Then we will help the students pick colors, mix their resin and paint their piece. We will be providing everything needed to create your very own resin fine art painting.

We will also go over how we have built a business that is sustained on painting, teaching art and selling our work. How do we market ourselves? Where we sell our art? How we price our work - we will answer all of this and any other questions you may have during the class.

** Please note that this class is not free as the materials can get pretty pricey. The class is $75 and can be paid in advance through our website's secure card processing server, via paypal, cash app, venmo or the day of the class we will have credit card machines and accept cash.

Please click this link for more info on the class, what's provided and what products we will be using/providing: https://artisttilldeath.com/shop?keywords=class&olsPage=search

You must reserve your seat via the link above for your spot in the class unless we have already spoken about paying cash the day of the class.

Should you require a respirator or apron you will need to bring your own. While we never have issues with reactions to resin - some people are more sensitive than others.

Special Considerations and Warnings

Resin is a messy medium so please wear clothes that you won't mind getting paint on or getting sticky. While we haven't had any adverse reactions to the products we use/provide - everyone is different and if you are sensitive then you might consider bringing a respirator and/or smock/apron.

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